Jane and Sarah discuss what we're currently reading, and whether we're liking it. Then, we answer an email from Elizabeth who asks about re-reading a series and whether it holds up the second time.
Please note: we have a spoilery discussion of Nalini Singh's Heart of Obsidian at about 23:50 – 25:20, so if you haven't read it yet and you want to, you might want to skip that part.
Here are some of the books we discuss in this podcast:
The all-new Maya Banks romantic suspense, After the Storm, is here! Read about the sexy agents of the KGI team that perform jobs the government can’t, from the #1 New York Times bestselling author.
Over the years, Donovan Kelly has fought relentlessly for justice, women and children always holding a special place in his heart. Working side by side with his brothers, Donovan has witnessed firsthand the toll it’s taken—physically, mentally, and emotionally—on his loved ones, and the innocent lives caught in the crossfire. What he never expects is for his next mission to happen right on his home turf—or for it to take a very personal turn.
Picturesque Kentucky Lake is the perfect place for a soul in search of safe harbor. A beautiful stranger has arrived—desperate, breathless, and on the run from a dark past closing in on her and the younger siblings she has vowed to protect. Donovan must now draw on every resource at his disposal—if he wants to save a woman and the children who may prove to be his destiny.
Warm yourself up this week with Maya Banks’ steamy new KGI thriller, After the Storm! Pick up your copy wherever books are sold.
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